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Mitch Luskin

$5M grant awarded to Mitchell Luskin and worldwide collaborators

Posted May 3, 2022

They'll model phenomena such as superconductivity realized when 2D crystals with a small difference in lattice constant or orientation are overlaid, resulting in a moiré pattern.

Coffman Memorial Union

School of Mathematics, IMA to host AWM Research Symposium

Posted April 29, 2022

From June 16–19, the national symposium will convene in Minneapolis on the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus. The hosting venue is determined via a competitive selection process.

Wei Zhang

In-person Ordway lectures return with Wei Zhang visit

Posted April 4, 2022

From April 4-8, Wei Zhang of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology will be visiting the School of Mathematics. 

Daoji Huang

NSF postdoctoral research fellowship awarded to Daoji Huang

Posted March 20, 2022

Dr. Huang was awarded $150,000 to pursue a research project titled, "Schubert Calculus, Algebraic Combinatorics, and Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry".

Ayah Almousa

Math postdoctoral associate receives CSE fellowship

Posted March 7, 2022

Postdoctoral associate Ayah Almousa received a fellowship that's designed to help scholars become more competitive candidates for tenure-track faculty appointments.

Ryan Matzke, Montie Avery, and Claire Frechette

Three Math PhD students awarded NSF fellowships

Posted February 28, 2022

Two current students and a recent graduate of the School of Mathematics’ PhD program have received Mathematical Sciences Postdoctoral Research Fellowships (MSPRF).

School of Mathematics colleagues Nestor Rivière and Eugene Fabes.

Rivière-Fabes Symposium 2022 program announced

Posted February 10, 2022

From April 29 through May 1, the School of Mathematics will host the 24th annual Rivière-Fabes Symposium.

Maria-Carme Calderer

Maria-Carme Calderer named Association for Women in Mathematics Fellow

Posted January 28, 2022

The fellows program recognizes individuals who have demonstrated a sustained commitment to the support and advancement of women in the mathematical sciences.

Tyler Lawson

Tyler Lawson named a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society

Posted January 21, 2022

Professor Lawson was selected for his contributions to algebraic topology and homotopy theory, in particular the Brown-Peterson spectrum.

Award

UMN Students Receive NSF Grad Research Fellowships

Posted May 19, 2021

Patricia Commins (Bottom), Casey Garner(Top) & Henry Twiss (Right) have received NSF fellowships to support their graduate studies.